Turns out, karma might exist.
It took an exciting seven games of back-and-forth odds that held no security who would come out the champions, but the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros by a score of 6-2 to be crowned for the first time in franchise history.
Coming in as the biggest betting underdogs since the Colorado Rockies faced the Boston Red Sox in 2007 — which led to a Boston sweep.
Despite those odds, the Nationals are champions and have kept every single baseball fan with an actual heart hopeful that good guys sometimes do win it all.
There’s a key lesson to be learned from the Washington Nationals’ excellent story
The Astros are just simply an organization filled with some gross practices and more disgusting players that are somehow cheered for.
If you lived under a rock for the past couple weeks in the baseball world, Astros now-former AGM Brandon Taubman made terrible comments directed to female reporters in the clubhouse celebration after they defeated the New York Yankees in the ALCS. Gloating in only a way you can imagine that a wealthy white man does, he aggressively cheered for acquiring domestic abuser Roberto Osuna.
Directly after the incident …
Author: Thomas Williams / Blue Jays Nation